|July 2015||The Long-Term Consequences of Vietnam-Era Conscription and Genotype on Smoking Behavior and Health|
with Lauren Schmitz: w21348
Published: Lauren Schmitz & Dalton Conley, 2016. "The Long-Term Consequences of Vietnam-Era Conscription and Genotype on Smoking Behavior and Health," Behavior Genetics, vol 46(1), pages 43-58.
|August 2014||From Assortative to Ashortative Coupling: Men's Height, Height Heterogamy, and Relationship Dynamics in the United States|
with Abigail Weitzman: w20402
|Does the Gender of Offspring Affect Parental Political Orientation?|
with Byungkyu Lee: w20384
Published: Byungkyu Lee & Dalton Conley, 2016. "Does the Gender of Offspring Affect Parental Political Orientation?," Social Forces, vol 94(3), pages 1103-1127.
|March 2011||Health Shocks, Insurance Status and Net Worth: Intra- and Inter-Generational Effects|
with Jason Alan Thompson: w16857
|January 2011||The Equal Environments Assumption in the Post-Genomic Age: Using Misclassified Twins to Estimate Bias in Heritability Models|
with Emily Rauscher: w16711
Published: Conley, D., Rauscher, E., Dawes, C., Magnusson, P. K., & Siegal, M. L. 2013. “Heritability and the Equal Environments Assumption: Evidence from Multiple Samples of Misclassified Twins.” Behavior Genetics . 43:415-426.
|The War at Home: Effects of Vietnam-Era Military Service on Post-War Household Stability|
with Jennifer Heerwig: w16671
Published: Conley, D. and J. Heerwig. 2011. “The War at Ho me: Effects of Vietnam-Era Military Service on Postwar Household Stability.” : 350–American Economic Review (Papers and Proceedings) . 101: 350-54.
|May 2010||Genetic Interactions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes|
with Emily Rauscher: w16026
Published: Dalton Conley 7 7 Conley, D. and E. Rauscher. 2013. “Genetic Inte ractions with Prenatal Social Environment: Effects on Academic and Behavioral Outcomes.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior . 54: 1-19.
|April 2010||The Effect of Daughters on Partisanship|
with Emily Rauscher: w15873
Published: Conley, D. and E. Rauscher. 2013. “The Effect of Daughters on Partisanship and Social Attitudes toward Women.” Sociological Forum. 28:700-718.
|June 2009||The Long-Term Effects of Military Conscription on Mortality: Estimates from the Vietnam-era Draft Lottery|
with Jennifer A. Heerwig: w15105
Published: Conley, D. and J. Heerwig. 2012. “The Long-Te rm Effects of Milita ry Conscription on Mortality: Estimates from the Vietnam-era Draft Lottery.” Demography . 49: 841-855.
|April 2008||Bribery or Just Desserts? Evidence on the Influence of Congressional Voting Patterns on PAC Contributions from Exogenous Variation in the Sex Mix of Legislator Offspring|
with Brian J. McCabe: w13945
|February 2007||Africa's Lagging Demographic Transition: Evidence from Exogenous Impacts of Malaria Ecology and Agricultural Technology|
with Gordon C. McCord, Jeffrey D. Sachs: w12892
|May 2005||Gender, Body Mass and Economic Status|
with Rebecca Glauber: w11343
Published: Conley, Dalton and Rebecca Glauber. “Gender, Body Mass and Socioeconomic Status: New Evidence from the PSID.” Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research 17 (2006): 255-280.
|Sibling Similarity and Difference in Socioeconomic Status: Life Course and Family Resource Effects|
with Rebecca Glauber: w11320
|Parental Educational Investment and Children's Academic Risk: Estimates of the Impact of Sibship Size and Birth Order from Exogenous Variations in Fertility|
with Rebecca Glauber: w11302
Published: Dalton Conley & Rebecca Glauber, 2006. "Parental Educational Investment and Childrenâ€™s Academic Risk: Estimates of the Impact of Sibship Size and Birth Order from Exogenous Variation in Fertility," Journal of Human Resources, University of Wisconsin Press, vol. 41(4).
|August 2003||A Pound of Flesh or Just Proxy? Using Twin Differences to Estimate the Effect of Birth Weight on Life Chances|
with Kate Strully, Neil G. Bennett: w9901
Published: Conley, D. and K. Strully. 2006. “Low Birth Weight and Infant Mortality: A Twin Difference Approach.” Economics and Human Biology.